Etched mesh

  • Stainless steel micro hole plate
  • Stainless steel micro hole plate
  • Stainless steel micro hole plate
  • Stainless steel micro hole plate
Stainless steel micro hole plateStainless steel micro hole plateStainless steel micro hole plateStainless steel micro hole plate

Stainless steel micro hole plate

  • Material:304 304L 316 316L
  • Thickness:0.03-2.0mm
  • Hole:≥0.03mm
  • Min wire diameter:0.015mm
  • Product description: As the name implies, microvia processing is the processing of micropores on stainless steel plates or other materials. Micro-hole processing methods include micro-hole laser drilling, micro-hole etchi

Custom etched meshes for medical implants, automotive speaker grilles, aerospace air intake grilles and more.

Photo chemical etching is used extensively in the manufacture of custom meshes, filters and sieves as unlike conventional machining technologies the process offers unlimited complexity – you only pay for the first hole.

Manufactured in a single piece, photo etched meshes are slimmer, cleaner and have greater integrity, making them more robust during handling.

Where punch-perforated sheets are prone to distortion, photo etched mesh is burr and stress-free, with zero material degradation.

Functionality inbuilt

  • As the photo etching process removes metal simultaneously, multiple aperture geometries can be incorporated to control flow rates.
  • Far greater open areas are achievable than with woven meshes, with bar widths to 0.1mm.
  • Etched meshes do not exhibit straight or orthogonal walls and edge profiles, but a unique rounding effect which can be controlled to micron accuracy. This gives designers the flexibility to specify conical holes.

High aesthetic quality

  • As the surface of the metal being worked is protected during metal etching, components are 100% scratch-and blemish-free.
  • High definition surface engraving of logos, legends and part numbers can be incorporated at no additional cost.


Meshes can be etched from almost any metal, including those considered hard to machine or highly ‘non-corrosive.’

Typical metals include:

  • Steel and stainless steels
  • Nickel and nickel alloys
  • Copper and copper alloys
  • Aluminium
  • Titanium and titanium alloys

Photo etching mesh

Benefits of the Chemical Milling Process :
Apertures on both sides as the etchant works on both sides of the metal
Burr & Stress-free manufacturing method
Custom parts – you design it – we make it!
Cost-effective Prototyping
Weiyue can call on more than 30 years experience in the photo chemical etching of metal components
High Accuracy
Low cost tooling
Industry leading lead times from inception to delivered components
Prototypes – fast turnaround to meet your needs
Scalable through Short Run to High Volume
To find out more about our Photo Etching Process please


Contact: David Liu

Phone: 0086-18831823993

Tel: 0086-318-5289565